Either your asking will you still get cramps or are you pregnant the answer will still be yes.
Because you will always get cramps except when your pregnant you'll get contractions which are kinda similar....................... and you probably had an abnormal period meaning you just didn't show and that means you will still cramp which mean you'll cramp regardless pregnant or period.
You probably aren't pregnant. Wait another 2 weeks and if you still haven't got a period, take a test
It sound like you need to see a doctor either, A because you are pregnant or B if you are not there is something that needs to be looked at.
have not had period in 2 month and l taken 4 pregnancy test all negative? am so worry .
I'm 2 weeks late and I have taken 3 pregnancy tests and a blood test all came back negative. I have all the symptoms missed period, sore breats, and morning sickness. Could a blood pregnancy test be wrong? or could I have had a miscarriege?
Avoidance of caffeine, alcohol, and sugar prior to onset of period and NSAIDs taken a day before the period begins should eliminate cramps for some women.
to prevent pregnancy if taken correctly, also it can be used to ease the pain of cramps...makes the period lighter too :)
I am two months late and i have taken a test sometimes twice a week and they say negative. what is going on?
If you are on Loesterin 24 and you missed your period the month you were taking antibiotics for a UTI infection, you may just be late. If you have taken pregnancy tests and they are negative, you should see a doctor.
About 98% accurate if positive, less accurate if negative as there are more things that can give you a false negative. The test can be taken too soon after conception, wait until a missed period if you can, taken at the wriong time of day, a morning urine is best, or taken after drinking to much so the hormone is too diluted.
BESIDES going to go see a doctor.
Bleeding and cramping like you are about to start your period can signal early pregnancy. If you have not taken a test in the last week, take one.
Wait another couple of days and take the test with the first pee in the morning.
Best to seek one-to-one advice from a doctor if your body is showing conflicting signals.